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Wireless Trigger (2-Relay)

Wireless Trigger (2-Relay)

SKU: 0990-2B
Remotely trigger up to TWO devices.

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The module has two relays (7 amps max per) on screw down terminal blocks. PicoBoos, BooBoxs, lights, or any other device that can be triggered from a relay can now be activated wirelessly. Use with all FrightProps controllers and audio players or your own devices with trigger input.

Package Includes:

  • 1 x Control Switch Board with two 7-amp relays on it
  • 1 x Remote Control with two buttons (red is relay 1, gray is relay 2)

Requires a 12VDC Power Supply. If you are powering from another device (such as a PicoBoo) then you will not require one.


Control Switch Board:

  • Operating Voltage: DC 12V
  • Max. Load: 7A Per Relay
  • Working Frequency: 315MHz / 433MHz
  • Encoding Type: Fixed Code
  • Output Mode: Two switch signal
  • Size: 50 x 70 x 18mm / 1.97 x 2.76 x 0.71 in
Remote Control:

  • Working Voltage: DC 12V (23A/12V battery)
  • Working Current: 10mA
  • Power: 10mW
  • Transmission Frequency: 315MHz / 433MHz
  • Oscillation Resistance: 4.7MΩ / 3.3MΩ
  • Transmission Distance: 650ft / 200m
  • Encoding Type: Fixed code
Please Note:

  • Actual antenna range will vary greatly depending on the installation and operating environment
  • All units use the same frequency and there is not a way to change that. What this means is that two units cannot be used in the same location and be triggered separately

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Product Faqs

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  • With this wireless controller, do the buttons on transmitter act as off/on switch or momentary?
    The wireless unit is user configurable for momentary, latching, and signal interlock.
    • Momentary: The relay activates when the button is pressed and deactivates when released.
    • Latched: When button is pressed the relay stays on until the button is pressed again.
    • Signal Interlock: Flip flops between relays. For example: press A and relay A stays on even if A  is pressed again. Press B and then relay A turns off and B stays on. Then button B does  nothing until button A is pressed. And so on.
  • Are these waterproof, can it be out in the rain?
    These are not waterproof and must be protected from all moisture.